Pine Forest

Started by Mor, August 30, 2011, 09:48:08 am

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Mor

Replaced the latest version with 1920x1080 and higher quality version.

FrankB

Very good! You've really done a good job putting the HD Pines into some great looking, serene scenery.  I think I would have adjusted sharpness and saturation and exposure just a bit each.

If you don't mind, I've tried it already to show what I mean: https://img.skitch.com/20110902-gcu1dymwf7ty65ast4t3hibdse.jpg

Cheers,
Frank

Mor

Quote from: FrankB on September 02, 2011, 08:52:55 am
Very good! You've really done a good job putting the HD Pines into some great looking, serene scenery.  I think I would have adjusted sharpness and saturation and exposure just a bit each.

If you don't mind, I've tried it already to show what I mean: https://img.skitch.com/20110902-gcu1dymwf7ty65ast4t3hibdse.jpg

Cheers,
Frank


Looks good. Feel free to adjust it as much as you wish, I'm so beginner at postwork :D Should I render it even bigger?

FrankB

Quote from: Mor on September 02, 2011, 09:15:25 am
Should I render it even bigger?


As you wish :)
But it's already great at that size!

btw: check your pm, please

Cheers,
Frank

Icegrip


Mor

Thanks!

I made one more version with more water shown.

http://www.melnworld.com/tg2/pine%20forest%20wide.jpg
(2600x1083)

Kadri


As an image i am not very keen on this...

But...it looks very natural and i would be proud if i did made this , Mor  ;)
Especially the last one!

FrankB

Quote from: Mor on September 03, 2011, 10:13:50 am
Thanks!

I made one more version with more water shown.

http://www.melnworld.com/tg2/pine%20forest%20wide.jpg
(2600x1083)


oh, this one is awesome !!!


Dune

Indeed, that's what I meant with more water. The narrow line of water bothered me in the first images. I like it very much. But what is the dark thing in the water, an exploded stone? And the bluish haze between the trees is a bit too bluish I'd say. You did a great job with the water line, and the subtle vegetation between the trees. This inspires me to do a lakeside view as well...

Mor

Quote from: Dune on September 04, 2011, 04:00:05 am
Indeed, that's what I meant with more water. The narrow line of water bothered me in the first images. I like it very much. But what is the dark thing in the water, an exploded stone? And the bluish haze between the trees is a bit too bluish I'd say. You did a great job with the water line, and the subtle vegetation between the trees. This inspires me to do a lakeside view as well...


Yes, you were right about the water. The dark thing is edge of stone, but it could be part of fallen tree for example :D The bluish haze bothered me too, but I didn't get rid of it.

TheBadger

The last two are working really well!
It has been eaten.

inkydigit

Quote from: Mor on September 03, 2011, 10:13:50 am
Thanks!

I made one more version with more water shown.

http://www.melnworld.com/tg2/pine%20forest%20wide.jpg
(2600x1083)


:o :o
very very nice!

sjefen

Very nice looking render ;)
I would like to see this one at dusk and with a little mist.

Regards,
Terje
Don't put faith in bullshit!

:)

tree on ground will have more broken limbs point up and some point sides, not so many long ones and needs broken pieces to be near on ground where they fall.